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Need to make an edit to an .swf. When I save it warns me that there is an error in the
code, even though I know it's correct. Is there any way to bypass the errors and allow me
to edit the actionscript file?
The actionscript is not stored as a text in the SWF file, so it is not possible to force
FFDec should compile it, if there is a compilation error (where the bug is in the
compiler), it can't save your script.